Housing First Must Underpin Our Work Systemwide

After attending a Housing First Partner's Conference, our policy director Lindsay Knotts walked away with a few key messages to share with partners in the work to... Continue Reading →

Reducing Homelessness in Real Time: A Measure That Matters

As communities work to build systems, improve processes, and add resources to reduce homelessness, they need data to be as real-time as possible.

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The Change We Seek: Minnesota’s New Action Plan to Prevent and End Homelessness

Through a robust, collaborative effort with communities across the state, the Minnesota Office to Prevent and End Homelessness developed a statewide action plan to end homelessness aligned with the... Continue Reading →

Rare, Brief, and One-Time: Ending Homelessness in America

Matthew delivered these remarks at the National Alliance to End Homelessness’ National Conference on Ending Family and Youth Homelessness in Los Angeles on March 3, 2018. His remarks were edited... Continue Reading →

Employment First: A Powerful Tool for Ending Homelessness

Employment First empowers people experiencing homelessness and unemployment to find jobs and housing at the same time.

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We Are Delighted To Introduce Four New Members of Our Team!

We are delighted to introduce you to our four newest staff members!

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Remarks from Matthew Doherty on HUD’s Award of $2 Billion to Continuums of Care Across the United States

Remarks from Executive Director Matthew Doherty at a press conference regarding HUD's award of $2 billion to CoCs across the United States.

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Responding to Racial Inequities Within our Systems of Care

As the facilitators of our community homelessness response systems, we must intentionally and actively respond to the history of racism within our systems of care in order to make... Continue Reading →

Harnessing the Power of Collective Impact to End Homelessness

Santa Clara County has found success in using a collective impact model.

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You Should Give These USICH Resources from 2017 Another Look

You should give these USICH resources from 2017 another look.

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